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  1. zebrastripes

    zebrastripes Well-Known Member

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    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    :lol: :lol:
    i know what you mean.
    i'm supposed to be doing a risk assessment for a school that were taking to chill factor on wednesday as part of our coursework :lol: :roll:
     
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    :think: Gaelic society... from what period of time... ? Celtic, pre Roman, Roman..etc?

    I used to hate those random sorta history questions...
     
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    zebrastripes Well-Known Member

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    That sounds worse than history :puke:
     
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    .......here we go :rotfl:
    u not got your award yet??
     
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    zebrastripes Well-Known Member

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    Squiglet Well-Known Member

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    No.. :(

    I'm just interested.. I did ancient history and archaeology at a level..

    Shut up leave me alone... I'm going to eat chocolate :wink:
     
  8. zebrastripes

    zebrastripes Well-Known Member

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    Omg,I wish I could do archaeology & ancient history.instead of an absolutely dire history course about the idioic little province i live in :lol:
     
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    OGG... agreed... 1600's what a load of poop that was :roll:
     
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    Nah you won't... I thought the same thing when I was doing my degree and I couldn't get my head around Corporate Stratagy... (Don't ask... just accept that I didn't get it)... I only passed the module by the skin of my teeth and it brought my overall grade down from a first to a 2:1 but it was OK in the end...

    If you have to repeat it you have to repeat it... I had to repeat my maths A level because I was out partying all the time.. (no special circumstances there :rotfl: ) but it was good because the second time around I was much more dedicated.

    I've just brought a nice flat with my husband too.. and to think I was living in a council flat in London with no prospects 6 years ago.... :) You never know what around the corner.. you can only try your best.
     
  12. zebrastripes

    zebrastripes Well-Known Member

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    :D Thanks for the encouragement.I know I'll get there in the end,but it's at times like these (homework time basically) that I get all "Aaah I'm going to fail life"

    And talking about repeating maths :shock: I have to repeat my maths GCSE in June.For the third time.It was the only GCSE I failes,but I failed spectacularly.Like,20% overall mark spectacularly :rotfl:
     
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    trixipaws Well-Known Member

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    well big up u for even contemplating doing a course! :clap:
    gosh i thought a levels were hard enough as it is- now i hav a baby i couldnt imagine tryna fit in education too- well done! :hug:
     
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    Lol i remember learning about the plantations for gcse and thought it was quite interesting. At uni I took a module in 18th century Irish history and spent most of it in a daze :rotfl:

    But yeah fair play to you doing a levels with a baby - I'm doing a fairly easy home learning course at the mo to keep me occupied and it's almost impossible with my baby brain! :D
     
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    Have a few beers and it will make sense after a while :rotfl:
     
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    :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: It MUST help....I passed my A levels :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
     
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    Er... what? Sorry I'm crap at history :oops:

    However, if you need any help with Maths I'm the person to ask :wave:
     

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